Recently, as a reslut of reading The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism by Jeffrey D. Johnson, I have become more interested in studying the idea that the Mosaic Covenant was in some sense a republication of the Covenant of Works. And I have become especially interested in reading more from John Owen … Continue reading Brandon Adams’ Helpful Outline of John Owen on Hebrews 8:6-13
Many of you may already be familiar with the story of James White's history with Ergun Caner. And you may even be familiar with the above video from James White concerning Caner, a video posted back in February. Well, since that video was posted, things have heated up for Caner, and I have tried to … Continue reading News and Admonition Concerning the Ergun Caner Scandal
http://www.sermonaudio.com/code_sourcefeatured.asp?reversecolor=FALSE&showoverview=FALSE&flashplayer=FALSE&tiny=FALSE&minimal=FALSE&video=TRUE&eventtype=EVENTID&sermonid=1229091954150I was struck - in a good way - by this interview with Paul Washer. I really appreciate what he had to say and the sincerity with which I believe he said it.He talks about the danger of idolizing any preacher, including himself, and he talks about his own shortcomings, including a recurrent struggle with depression. … Continue reading Paul Washer on the Need to Stop Worshiping Preachers
As usual, MacArthur delivers an important message for us all! The text for the message is Luke 12 and 13.
Longtime readers of the blog may recall a previous post entitled The Three Best Books in Defense of Believer's Baptism. Well, now The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism by Jeffrey D. Johnson will top that list. In fact, together with Fred Malone's book The Baptism of Disciples Alone: A Covenantal Argument for Credobaptism Versus … Continue reading The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism